/Couple transforms Airstream into family-friendly tiny home: photos – Business Insider

Couple transforms Airstream into family-friendly tiny home: photos – Business Insider


In 2010, Kristen began chronicling her adventures on her blog “Hopscotch the Globe,” and Siya joined her full-time in 2014. They’ve since gained thousands of followers.

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Kristen at the Envision festival in Costa Rica.

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Source: Hopscotch the Globe

But those hurdles were worth it to share their lifestyle with their daughter, he said. “I believe she’s going to get an education that’s very rare. She’s outdoors all the time, interacting with the trees and the plants, learning about different cultures … and appreciating all different types of ways of life,” he told Business Insider.

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Siya carries Kai on his shoulders in Killbear Provincial Park.

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Source: Hopscotch the Globe

Kristen also offers an online course, created in partnership with travel bloggers Hey Nadine and Nomadic Matt, on how to make a living creating travel videos. “We want to encourage people to live freely, and that means the freedom to make your own choices to travel where you want to live, how you want to live,” she said.

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Siya and Kristen in Malibu, California.

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Source: Hopscotch the Globe, How to Make a Living Creating Travel Videos

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